In 2003, New York singer/songwriter Laura Berman released her first CD, LOVE WILL. Laura's debut CD is a collection of spiritually driven pop-gospel songs reminiscent of the music of such artists as Anita Baker, Vonda Shepard and Alana Davis.
With songs like "Call Me Yours", which speaks of a personal relationship with an angel, the blues-jazz romp "Acrobat", and the simply acoustic inspiration called "I've Found My Own", it's no wonder Laura has developed a dedicated fan base. As one reviewer plainly writes, "Comparisons may abound for those left speechless by the girl's talent, but I prefer to be refreshed by her originality".
Laura's voice and writing come through Gospel, folk and pop influences. She has served as backup vocalist for Grammy-Award winner Enya on the David Letterman and Rosie O'Donnell shows and performed with Shawn Mullins, Edwin McCain and Angie Aparo at Atlanta's prestigious Eddie's Attic.
Laura was a semi-finalist in the 2003 Windrift Music Songwriting Contest for her song "Call Me Yours" and in 2001, she received an honorable mention in the John Lennon Songwriting contest for her song "Grace in Me". You can hear Laura sing in the 2004 film release "Clifford's Really Big Adventure".